EVENT: Mother's eating habits affect her daughters' milk production
|Mother's eating habits affect her daughters' milk production : Public lecture on the effects of fetal programming and their transmission to offspring
What makes a healthy start to life? This is the single overarching question and focus of the NRCD, a New Zealand government-funded Centre of Research Excellence, bringing together leading scientists from six organisations across New Zealand to answer this question.
Acting Director, Prof Hugh Blair, is leading several projects investigating the effects of fetal programming on later life productivity in sheep and cattle and the
possibility that these programming effects may be transmitted between generations.
His public lecture examines how this applies to sheep, focusing on how a mother's eating habits affect her daughters' milk production.
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